In Singapore, it is called Pineapple tarts. During the Chinese New Year, most household will have a bottle of it. Everyone want to have good luck and wealth for the coming year. I don't like milk powder to the tarts instead I put icing sugar 1 tablespoon to the pastry and 2 egg yolk, no egg white. The flour is 250g and butter salted 170g. No salt for the pineapple filling. You can try putting soya flour 100g instead of using all plain flour.
Thanks for having Pichet as a guest chef. It was a pleasure to see him. This recipe worked perfectly (followed it to a tee) and got good reviews at a large dinner gathering. Would be very good served with coffee or hot tea.